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A Fine Late 18th to Early 19th Century Neoclassical Chimneypiece in Statuary Marble

The central tablet is carved with a bow and quiver of arrows, the iconography of Goddess Diana of the hunt, draped with bell flower swags, flanked by elegant fielded panels and corner blocks carved with finely executed floral paterae.

Provenance: Monmouth House, South Kensington.

Height 55½in (141cm) width 71⅝in (182cm)
Internal height 43⅝in (111cm) width 45in (114.3cm)
Footblock to footblock 65½in (166.5cm)
Depth 6in (15.3cm)